• Evaluation Tender - Britain on Film Moving North: Cities

    We are seeking an individual or organisation with the appropriate knowledge and expertise to undertake evaluation for a new pilot project - Britain on Film Moving North: Cities - to test a range of delivery mechanisms in 5 city venues across Yorkshire and the North East of England ( Middlesbrough, Leeds, Bradford, Hartlepool and Hull ) with the overall aim to increase opportunities for audiences to engage with local and regional film heritage content.

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  • Film Shows: October and November 2015

    During October and November, we'll be presenting film shows to groups in Faceby, Headingley, Northallerton and Holme-on-Spalding-Moor.  All these shows are open to the general public, so come along and enjoy a great selection of archive films.

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  • Season of mists and mellow fruitfulness

    To mark the changing season, we're featuring a film made in 1940 by keen amateur filmmaker, Kenneth Raynor, showing aspects of life in Swallownest, South Yorkshire, as autumn arrives.

    Watch On the Trail of the Fall

  • Filmed and Not Forgotten

    YFA's HLF-funded project, Filmed and Not Forgotten, is now live on Google Cultural Institute: an exhibition of a small but important collection of films made in communities across Yorkshire just before, during or after WW1. During the project, curator Martin Watts identified over 100 people that appear in the films, discovering some amazing and poignant stories. 

    Visit the Filmed and Not Forgotten exhibition 

YFA Selects

This film, made by Debenham & Co. of York, was made in order to raise money for the dependents of war casualties as well as...
This film, made by amateur filmmaker Fred Brackenbury, is from the Nowell collection and shows three children being given a big...
This film features many of the residents of Hovingham village in North Yorkshire.  The filmmaker has used intertitles...
Filmed and Not Forgotten